Kids Tourism

Sometimes we are going out because thinking about the children happiness. After five days of work, some of us just want to laying down at home watching DVD’s or baking some cookies. Then how about the kids? If they are still not going to school, everyday at home making them bored and sad. They are really want to going out. As a parent, it is the best time to be with them and the same time making them happy. Although physically we want to take a rest, the kids derive our heart to go out traveling or going some where else other than home.

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— asmaliana


Malacca Hotel Seven Promotion

Hotel Seven…

You know where is Laksamana Cheng Ho Street? Don’t know? Probably you know where is Hang Li Poh well, Sam Po Kong Temple or Bukit Cina(Cina Hill). Then you can find this hotel. A new building just at the main road. Hotel Seven is quite new here, in business last year. Strategically located for food hunter as nearby are location of many local food stalls, hawker and push cart. Just out of the lobby you can find variety of local foods such as Hainan chicken rice ball, satay, roti canai, famous Teochew’s Bah kut teh, etc.

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— asmaliana

Malaysia Mystery Shopping

The Fashion Hound Murders

Something mysterious are surrounding all the shopping complex around Malaysia and the mystery could be cause of you!. Have you ever taught to be a mystery shopper? Well maybe many of us are not familiar with the term. I have ask friends around me about the this mysterious shopping technique but non of them really aware about it. The job also available at Malacca too.

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Cheng Ho Guest House

You know Cheng Ho? The great voyager from Ming Dynasty. Apart from the Cheng Ho Cultural Museum, he also have Guest House business here, The Cheng Ho Guest House. Of course not manage by him but by the Cheng Ho Group. The group also manage the Museum, Cheng Ho Cafe & Zheng He Tea House. So if you don’t know what Cheng Ho is all about (Or some called it Zheng He). You must visit the cultural museum first. Want a 20% discount on the Museum entrance? Yes you can by being a guest at Cheng Ho Guest House.

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Melaka Chinatown’s newest guest house

Yeap, I think you already know where is the famous Melaka Chinatown . Somewhere in Jonker Street and Harmony Street. The best area for walking. As you walk,you will not feel the heat as old shop houses will bring your imagination back in the past. As a living museum, the difference maybe new paint and technology. But the truth is, place that you are standing still serve it’s owner like 200 years ago. Look at all the classic furniture and picture of the heirloom.

When browsing the shops at Melaka China Town, seek for Tang House, if you are lucky they still have a room for you. A classic, a history you know like airwell, pitched roofs with Chinese tiles, and detailed brick work but they work with modern need. You think all in the house is a relic, fret not because it also has computers, as well as wifi for the guests and individual air conditioning. Hey you can cook too. They have a modern kitchen for guest. A true for travelers friendly guest house. For more info and rates just open the web address here.

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Sky and Land adventure

A Via Ferrata, wow I’m afraid of height already..more pic here.

While I’m browsing the web about Mt. Kinabalu, I stumble upon this website that provide a package for climbers. Oh before that, read the news about our highest peak got a certificate from Guinness book of Record. Of course not the highest peak in the world lah, but the world’s highest via ferrata. Via ferrata? What is that? Sound Italian huh? A via ferrata according to the official website is a device that help us getting to the mountain top. Now it’s consider a save sport for all but still have the element of exteme in it. Made up of a permanent network of iron rungs, rails and cables, this made it accessible to anyone and not just experienced climbers. More about Mt. Kinabalu Via Ferrata here.

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— asmaliana

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